4 Uses for RFID Technology in Industry
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is the use of radio waves to read and capture information stored on a tag attached to an object, providing a unique identifier for an object. RFID Technology is used in many industries and in a wide variety of applications as it can deliver a number of benefits for organisations.
4 uses of RFID Technology in Industry
Benefits of using RFID Technology
Improved Decision Making
Organisations can make better informed, real-time insights and decisions based on the accurate data gathered using RFID technology. Having reliable hard data to convert into business actions supports organisational growth.
RFID technology requires less human interaction to read tags, alongside the ability to read multiple tags at once, the use of RFID technology vs the traditional barcode use reduces the time it takes to read data.
Reduction in Errors
Reducing reliance on human interaction to read and process data can reduce the amount of errors incurred. Using RFID technology you can achieve an automated process that reduces human errors and improves efficiency, data quality and trust in decisions.
HARTING’s RFID range is fully integrated to bring you the complete solution from a single source, suitable for use in almost any industrial application that requires a rugged and reliable RFID system.
The HARTING RFID product portfolio provides long read range capabilities with 50G Shock resistance, along with the opportunity of a tailored reading zone with the unique HARTING LOCFIELD antenna. Designed to work on metal surfaces for maximum performance, the HARTING RFID solutions have an extended temperature range from -25°C to +85°C and is compliant with GS1 EPC ALE 1.1.
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